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Old 07-27-2008, 12:10 PM   #1
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Current pics of Bert the Betta and cory friend

Here's a current picture of Bert (since moving him to the kitchen) and one of his cory tankmates.
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Great pictures of Bert! He really looks happy in there.
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Thanks, Anne! He really does love it in there and loves to show off!
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I'm glad he is happy and enjoying his new home.
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bert looks very comfortable in his home.
does your camera have a macro setting? i believe it is usually symbolized by a flower diagram. your focus seems to be behind the subject every timeand that would help with that. if you are using it, it looks like you should back up 3-4 inches so the camera can focus on what you want.
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Awesome, great pics!
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bert looks very comfortable in his home.
does your camera have a macro setting? i believe it is usually symbolized by a flower diagram. your focus seems to be behind the subject every timeand that would help with that. if you are using it, it looks like you should back up 3-4 inches so the camera can focus on what you want.
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Thank you so much on telling me this about the focusing problem. I had no idea how to fix it. I have done the backing up thing and that didn't help and was just convinced I couldn't take a picture in focus. My camera does have the little flower thing...I will now use it! Thanks!
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Awesome, great pics!
Thanks....now I know how to make them better thanks to Matt!
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